- Alan E Reed, FAIA, LEED AP
- Paul L. Hume, AIA, LEED AP
- Mark A. Lapointe, AIA
- Terry Squyres, AIA, LEED AP
- Laura M. Werther, CPSM
- Associate Principals
- John R. Gregg, AIA, VMA, LEED AP
- Eric Feiss, AIA, LEED AP
- Principals Emeritus
- David G. Wright, FAIA, LEED AP
- Phillip W. Worrall, AIA, LEED AP
- Robert D. O'Hatnick, AIA, LEED AP
Eric Feiss joined GWWO in 2005 and became a member of the firm’s management team in 2008. He has spent his over 15-year career working as a team leader, project manager, and architect, fostering creative design processes, developing technically sound and detailed construction drawings, and completing well-detailed buildings for cultural and educational clients. As a team leader within the office, Eric is responsible for the management and oversight of a group of project managers, architects, and interns undertaking a variety of projects ranging in size and value.
Eric is a skilled architect capable of leading project communications and directing large and multi-faceted teams of design professionals to successfully complete projects that achieve the client's programmatic, monetary, and schedule goals. He has overseen and been involved on a range of projects from renovations and additions to several of GWWO’s largest projects, including the Towson University West Village Commons, Morgan State University Student Services Building, Community College of Baltimore County Mathematics & Science Hall renovation and addition, new Frederick High School, and Dundalk & Sollers Point High School complex.
An advocate for the advancement of the use of technology in the design process, Eric was instrumental in GWWO’s implementation and continued use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology, serving as an educator and frequent speaker on its use and benefits. He currently is a member on the Technology in Practice Committee for the Baltimore Chapter of the AIA and is also a member of the BIM Committee for the Association of School Business Officials MD & DC. He has also served as an adjunct faculty member at Morgan State University. Eric holds a Masters of Architecture from Morgan State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Franklin & Marshall College.